Santa Fe, New Mexico Genre(s):
fiction and literary nonfiction Job(s):
Retired archaeologist Online:
chspude (at) outlook.com
Favorite Places in Alaska:
Skagway, for its history and ambiance.
The author worked as a historical archaeologist for the National Park Service in and out of Alaska for 30 years before retiring. Her research on the primary documents connected with the Klondike gold rush yielded a lifetime of stories to be retold through academic and popular histories. She has published five books since her retirement.
Sin and Grace (nonfiction), Lynn Canal Publications, 2007.
Eldorado! The Archaeology of the Northern Gold Rushes (co-edited with Robin O. Mills, Karl Gurcke and Roderick Sprague) (nonfiction), University of Nebraska Press, 2011.
"That Fiend in Hell": Soapy Smith in Legend (nonfiction), University of Oklahoma Press, 2013.
Please contact me for
editorial services and manuscript consultation. Audience:
I work with
university and community writers. Special Interests:
I am interested in and conversant about the Progressive Era history, especially in Alaska.
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Listing last updated: May, 2016